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Mikael Börjesson

Office renovations and refurbishments – A checklist going forward

A renovation or refurbishment project may be initiated for many different reasons, but it seems to always involve cost and inconvenience – so when we go for it, we should make sure to do it right. Below is a checklist on what we believe is essential when it comes to these projects.

Josh Emerson

Flexible space: The key to the future of work

The pandemic has changed the UK’s working patterns forever, creating a major challenge for building services engineers with clients calling for more flexible office solutions.

Mikael Börjesson

Dry indoor climate and preparing for the winter

If we look back to last winter we may remember that the air felt dry and the indoor climate was less comfortable. In addition to impaired indoor comfort, research shows that a dry indoor environment is also one of the causes of seasonal illnesses such as the flu. Mikael Börjesson discusses below …

Morten von Sydow

Which ventilation principle should I choose?

To get the optimal indoor climate for your building it is important to start plan in an early stage what kind of ventilation that is most suitable for you. Different facilities have different needs. Here are some principles to consider.

Swegon

Read our white paper on Education and Indoor Climate

Air quality and ventilation in schools is often an underestimated element of the classroom. It can have a huge impact on the way students feel and perform. Our whitepaper takes a deep dive into the various elements that contribute to the indoor environmental quality in the classroom. Bringing …

Swegon Air Academy

Ventilation: how do buildings breathe?

Like our lungs, buildings need to be able to breathe to ensure fresh air comes in and dirty air escapes.

Andreas Örje Wellstam

Visualising the invisible – the future of our industry

At the end of May, Swegon broadcast a series of digital live events in different languages called The Industry Challenge. We did this to address the growing demands and expectations which we in the indoor climate business need to manage. A recent study shows that between 30 and 40 percent of …

Josh Emerson

The Industry Challenge - Digital Event

Today, and in the future, the building industry faces major challenges. Health related, economic, and environmental aspects of buildings will soon be a top priority in our societies. Creating healthy, productive and sustainable indoor environments will be a key issue for building owners, …

Caroline Jacobsson

Is demand controlled indoor climate a profitable investment?

We claim that it is well worth investing in demand controlled indoor climate and it does not take very long before it pays off compared to constant flow ventilation.